People must meet certain requirements once they have been convicted. These requirements often include serving probation, performing community service, paying fines, paying restitution, or having served a term of incarceration. Some successfully complete these requirements and, unfortunately, some do not. I am a Peoria criminal defense attorney who is able to deal with matters which include defending probation revocation proceedings and the sealing of criminal records.
I am a former prosecuting attorney who has been practicing law for over twenty years. I believe that everyone is entitled to quality representation regardless of their situation. I stand ready to assist you whether you find yourself having violated probation, having successfully completed probation, or whether your family is in need of a juvenile defense lawyer to assist a youth. Contact my office today.
In addition to Peoria, I service the cities of Bloomington, Eureka, Galesburg, Morton, Normal, Pekin, Springfield, and Washington. I also serve the counties of Fulton, Knox, LaSalle, Marshall, Mason, McLean, Putnam, Rock Island, Schuyler, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford. I also handle federal cases in Urbana.